# Improved one cycle control of DC-DC buck converter

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...Until now, there are some control strategies proposed to meet the requirement such as PI/PID, sliding mode control (SMC), one-cycle control (OCC), fuzzy logic control (FLC), etc [1-9]....

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...[15-17] To deal with the drawbacks of OCC, an approach base on lead-lag compensator or PI/PID[14] can be integrated....

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...The compensator such as PI/PID can be integrated to the one-cycle controlled buck converter as presented by [5]....

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...[15-17] To deal with the drawbacks of OCC, an approach base on lead-lag compensator or PI/PID[14] can be integrated....

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...[11] SW Lee,” Demystifying Type II and Type III Compensators Using OpAmp and OTA for DC/DC Converters”, Texas Instrumentation Application Report Power Management, SLVA662 – July 2014 [12] Liyu Cao,” Type III Compensator Design for Power Converters”, DESIGN feature, Power Electronics Technology,January 2011 [13] Radu ETZ, Dorin Petreus,”An Adaptive Digital Compensation Design for Buck Converter Topology”, Acta Technical Napocensis Elecrtronics and Telecomunications, Volume 52, Number 2, 2011 [14] Subramanian, K....

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### Cites background from "Improved one cycle control of DC-DC..."

...Substituting (17) into (16), and neglecting the high‐order variables, the DC steady state and AC small signal characteristic expressions can be derived as KLIL1 þ KDVg D 1⁄4 Vc (18)...

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...When the switch is on, voltage across D1 is equal to the power supply vg, ie, vD 1⁄4 vg (15) The equation can be obtained from (13) to (15), KLiL1 þ KDvg d 1⁄4 vc (16) As follows, small signal perturbations(12) superimposed into the dependent variables in (16) are defined vg 1⁄4 Vg þ vg ∧ iL1 1⁄4 IL1 þ iL1 d 1⁄4 Dþ d∧ vc 1⁄4 Vc þ vc (8)>>< >>: (17)...

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...One-cycle control is applicable to large-signal nonlinear systems, and the improved one-cycle control can reject both the source side and load side disturbances of DC-DC converters [11], [12]....

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...In order to eliminate the oscillation that occurs in current mode control [1]-[3], the duty-ratio is greater than or equal to 0....

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